Collective Data Sovereignty

We are social beings, we need social technologies.

Although we’re thinking about IN COMMON and DREAM, ActivityPub and Tor, and the many attempts at creating distributed agency, it became clear over the last year that the current global situation, half-triggered by a sanitary crisis, half by political opportunism (to take advantage of it and generate a global political arena where governments compete to show their grasp on their populations and outperform each other with grander stupidity), requires closer attention on how we, as grassroots collectives, make use of digital technologies to reinforce our values of freedom, equality, inclusion, respect, diversity, etc., and defeat the evermore pressing attempts at destroying them.

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